Why European ETFs are a Good Investment
Many experienced investors have been look towards Europe as a continent to accumulate wealth as of late, including accomplished entrepreneur and investor Brian Bonar. In fact, Bonar is advising others to do the same. With France’s recent presidential election going the way many investors wanted European exchange traded funds (ETFs) are more than likely on the rise as one of the safest investments for the near future.
The European economy is in the midst of a financial explosion. The potential of ETFs to generate some real cash is steadily increasing by the day. No doubt, aggressive investors around the world will be following the European political climate closely.
Newly appointed French president Emmanuel Macron stands as a sign that the positive economic growth Europe is experiencing will continue for at least a little while longer. Macron brought many investors over to his side with his progressive economic agenda.
Investors in ETFs hope he remains true to his word because if he doesn’t investments will backfire on investors. Macron has a lot of pressure on him to deliver as he now has the power to significantly impact the overall economic growth of the country for better or for worse.
Though the European economy continues to grow, the euro still comes up short compared to the U.S. dollar, which is what makes European stocks so appealing to investors. they have the ability to buy them at a lower price and take advantage of Europe’s vast economic growth.
Much of the European economic growth can be attributed to the economy’s diversity, making European ETFs one of the safest investment choices worldwide. it is riskier to invest in other region’s ETFs because they are often times less diverse and therefore more prone to economic collapse.
Though safer, European ETFs have very slow growth rates. Investors are admittedly playing the long game. Patience is definitely a virtue when it come to the European ETFs. However, if investors are willing to wait they could pay off big in the end.
About Brian Bonar
Brian Bonar got his first taste of business working as a procurement manager at IBM. After he grew tired of outsourcing motherboards for personal computers produced and sold by the company, he joined QMS as the Director of Engineering. It was with QMS that he first showed his skills as a leader. He managed a team of about 100 engineers.
Years later Bonar would go on to found printing company Bezier Systems. The company produced the first SCSI based printer.
Bonar earned a Masters degree in Mechanical Engineering from Stafford University.